Sunken City, California

In 1929, a landslide in San Pedro, California, caused a neighborhood of exclusive homes to tumble into the ocean. At its peak, the land movement was measured at an astounding 11 inches a day.

Today it's called Sunken City.

You can view Sunken City at the south end of Pacific Avenue or the east end of Point Fermin Park at Paso Del Mar and Gaffey Street.

Or you can ignore the "no trespassing" signs, duck under a fence and explore the lost city and its wonderful street art on your own.

Photos taken by John Kingston. My rolls will be developed eventually. You can view more over on Facebook.

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